Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • That destroys liberty.

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Examples

  • Ms. Ebadi is the symbol of defiance against a liberticidal regime, which, to use the President's own words, represents a ‘common challenge of the 21st century,’ and one which the president still must confront.

    A better use for the Ignoble Appeasement Prize

  • The hate preachers bet on these feelings in order to form battalions destined to impose a liberticidal and unegalitarian world.

    FreeThought Solidarity Bulletin #3

  • From its ultramontane, tyrannical, liberticidal fury, it will be thought the organ of Rome.

    The Wandering Jew — Volume 06

  • Other countries, such as the United Arab Emirates, Belarus and Thailand are also maintaining their "under surveillance" status, but will need to make more progress to avoid getting transferred to the next "Enemies of the Internet" list: Thailand, because of abuses related to the crime of "lèse-majesté"; the Emirates, because they have bolstered their filtering system; Belarus because its president has just signed a liberticidal order that will regulate the Net and which will enter into force this summer - just a few months before the elections.

    NZ On Screen

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